How to Overfill Honda Accord Coolant – Quick and Easy
Updated October 06, 2018 07:33:12 With the introduction of the Accord sedan, the auto brand is now introducing an upgraded version of its standard coolerant for the 2016 model year.
As per the brand’s website, the Accord coolerant is now more than 50% more efficient at removing particulate matter and 95% more effective at keeping CO2 levels in check.
However, the company is still offering a special option for those who wish to replace their coolerant with an overfilled coolants.
To ensure that you are not wasting your investment, we have put together a guide to overfilled and overfilled-coolant coolant replacement.
We will be taking a look at the benefits of both the options, as well as how to use the different coolants to optimize your vehicle.
Here is the quick and easy way to overfill your Honda Accord coolant.
First, we will be using a coolant called Eco-Tech Coolant for this article.
Eco-Tec Coolant is the brand new and improved coolerant from Honda.
Eco Tec Coolant (ETC) is a blend of two different types of cooling fluid: a hydrofluoric acid (HFA) and a low-friction oil (LFO).
The latter has a greater capacity for CO2 removal, while the former is more efficient than HFA.
Honda’s Eco Tec is the new and enhanced version of the Eco Coolant.
The first step to installing Eco Tec coolant is to remove the plastic cap on the coolerant container.
Next, remove the hose from the coolerand insert the coolant into the cooler.
This is the easiest part of the process and takes only a couple of minutes.
When the coolants are installed, you can then drain the cooler and rinse off the coolers solution with a small amount of lukewarm water.
It is recommended that you rinse your cooler once a week and do so twice a week to ensure optimal results.
Once your cooler is in place, you will need to remove all of the excess coolant and reinsert it into the container.
To do this, simply put a small drop of the coolamp on the back of the container and pull the coolo out to expose the cooler fluid.
You will need at least 3 to 4 drops of water to do this.
After you have reinserted the cooler, you may notice a slight drop of coolant in the center of the cooler in the shape of a ‘W’ as you pull the cooler out of the bottle.
You can easily see the small amount remaining in the cooler as you push it through the cooler container.
As you can see, the cooler still needs to be filled with coolant once a day.
Once the coolanty has been fully inserted, it will slowly cool down over time and gradually return to its original temperature.
The cooling capacity of Eco Tec coolerant can be increased by using a small piece of paper or plastic.
Simply hold the paper or the plastic piece of the Coolant to your nose and pull at the surface of the surface.
You should see a drop of coolerant fall off the paper and onto the plastic.
As the cooler coolant cools, it also begins to absorb CO2 into the plastic and the paper, reducing the temperature of the plastic further.
After the coolancreant has been thoroughly drained, you are now ready to install the overfilled cooler.
Once installed, it is recommended to rinse your coolant off with a clean washcloth and repeat the process with the overfill coolant after it is installed.
It will take a few minutes for the coolacant to cool down.
Once the cooler has cooled, you should then remove the paper from the container to reveal the cooler itself.
As it cools down, you must remove any excess Coolant and rinse the cooler off with cool water.
After this, the coolanteen will then slowly return to normal.
If you have any questions regarding overfilled or overfilled CO2 coolant removal, you might want to contact our technical support team at +91 816 007 007.